IronPython on MSDN TV

I recently taped a set of IronPython demos and they’re now up on the MSDN web site.  It shows some interactive exploration and GUI building from the command-line along with a brief interlude on subclassing a C# class from Python.  It also shows how to simply embed a Python engine in a WPF application.  Take…

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We shipped 2.0!

We shipped the .NET Framework 2.0!  Okay, I know that I’m not close to the first person to announce this, but I’m still excited.  .NET 2.0 is a great platform for dynamic languages like IronPython to build on top of with several great features: System.Reflection.Emit.DynamicMethod fills the biggest hole in the CLR for supporting dynamic…

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IronPython 0.7.1 is released to the world!

I’m excited to announce the public release of IronPython 0.7.1.  The community site is up on http://workspaces.gotdotnet.com/ironpython; however, you should know that most of the interesting discussions are happening on the old mailing list.  I find it really cool to go to a standard Microsoft download page and see a Python implementation, even if it…

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